Homes at Marmalade Lane are laid out around a shared-space lane and a communal garden. Homes are privately owned, and almost all have private outdoor space, in addition to the extra communal spaces and facilities on offer. The Common House is a place for people to meet, eat and do their laundry. The shared garden a place for kids’ play and food growing. And the workshop is somewhere people can work, make stuff, and store tools.
Located in the modern neighbourhood of Orchard Park, north of Cambridge City Centre, Marmalade Lane benefits from its own stop on the Cambridge Busway giving fast, direct access to the City Centre, and from a network of cycle routes to the city centre and the nearby Cambridge Science Park. The development is close to Junction 32 of the A14 and will have easy access to the new Cambridge North railway station.
If you’d like to find out more about Marmalade Lane, please download the brochure, visit the Marmalade Lane website, or head over to the website of K1 Cohousing for more information about how to become a part of this exciting development.